WHITE Blacula return tonight with their twisted cosmic psycho-delic boogie.
Not only that, but there is pizza too.
Howard Be Thy Name is hosting the event which features this messed up bunch of weirdos featuring actual real life members of Zombina and the Skeletones El Toro!, and the Laze. Come dance the pyramid twist and totally wig out to the big release, it says here.
Dead Hedge Trio are also along for this mad nightmare wielding their guitar noise drum pattern sax "straight up at your ugly face", as are Aardvark.
"I curse you with my name, you shall be WHIIITTTEE BLAACCCUUULLAAAA!!!", says Howard.
White Blacula Pizza Party, Maguires Pizza bar, 77 Renshaw St Liverpool, Friday May 28. £3.
Take your mama out all night
Threshold is the place to be this weekend. But not just for you, you hipster happening things. There us too much to list but it is everywhere and in the fabric of everything.
You can take your mum too, my friend. Or if you are a mum, you can take your kids, bearded or not.
Well it is Mother's Day on Sunday and Threshold (the full line up is here) has got it covered.
Threshold has teamed up with Wirral based food and music festival Farm Feast to create a day of eating, relaxing, having fun and smiling like a winner.
From 10am at the friendliest place in Liverpool; Unit 51 there will be plenty of activities to keep Mums and Kids entertained. The modern day classic Pixar movie Wall-E will be screening in the Baltic Barn from 10.30am and best of all the movie is FREE.
There will also be craft activities and face painting to keep the littluns happy all afternoon.
Mum's can get themselves a shoulder and back massage from the magical hands of Tash at Seel Street Massage.
The main draw however, will come from the musical entertainment provided by Threshold and promoters Mellowtone and Dovedale Social. With sets from The One Armed Bandits, Beaten Tracks Djs, James Munro, Joe Symes & the Loving Kind, Dominic Dunn and many more.
Threshold Festival, Everywhere, Baltic zone, Friday March 28-30.
It's a family affair
Liverpool Biennial stages its monthly Sunday Art School at Camp & Furnace this Sunday, where children and adults create artwork in collaboration with artists.
This time it's giant mural making with artist Jayne Lawless.
The Liverpool Biennial Family Programme was launched last summer and has been a huge success, with both local and international artists and designers engaged to lead workshops and sessions with families from across the region.
The Sunday Art School is part of its ongoing education programme. Said Polly Brannan, Education Curator of Liverpool Biennial: ‘After a great success in 2013 we are excited to bring a host of new artists led workshops to Camp and Furnace, inviting families to join us to make exciting artworks together.’
*Biennial Family Sunday Art School, Camp and Furnace, Greenland St, Liverpool 3. Sunday March 30, (1pm – 5pm). Free.
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